Ferrando (I) is a form of Ferdinand (brave journey). This is also a Medieval Spanish and Aragonese name.
Ferrante (I) is also a form of Ferdinand, possibly via the Medieval French Ferrand and Ferrant.
Fioravante (I) may derive from the Latin word florem (flower) and thus be a form of Florent and Fiorente. Other linguists believe it derives from Ancient Germanic name Chlodovech (the ancestor of Ludwig, which means “famous battle”).
Fortebraccio (I) means “strong arm.”
Fenicia (I) means “Phoenician woman.”
Fiordelise, Fiordelisia (I) means “cornflower.” In heraldry, the Italian word fiordaliso also means “fleur-de-lis.”
Fraisenda (I) is a form of Medieval French Fraisende, which derives from Old High German roots fragen (to ask) and Old Saxon swith (strong). The second root ultimately comes from Proto–Germanic *swinþaz.